a quick question for QM

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    Why don’t actual visible “life-size” physical objects “jump in and out of existence”, as
    their components seem to at the sub-atomic level? Is that the main or only idea that
    shows why Quantum Mechanics and General Relativity aren’t compatible?

  • a quick question for QM

    Jerry updated 5 months, 2 weeks ago 1 Member · 1 Reply
  • Jerry

    January 15, 2022 at 11:06 pm

    Hi everyone. Whenever you consider Quantum Mechanics, which main ideas occur to you most? I tend to think of the uncertainty principle, the double-slit experiment, wave-function collapse, quantum entanglement, the idea that “you can’t know a particle’s position and momentum at the same time”, that particles “jump in and out of existence”, and have been detected to “occur in two places at the same time”. Plus, there’s the Many Worlds theory, the Copenhagen interpretation, and Schrodinger’s cat (which was originally intended as a joke). What thoughts or questions does anyone here have about any of these? that might differ from the other common or established views? Is there that much of “dissident” objections or further ideas with which to view Quantum Mechanics?

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